Can you support Carrick Rugby? Do you enjoy spending time with a rugby team and report writing? We need volunteer match reporters and it would be the perfect volunteering opportunity for you.
Reporter responsibilities include:
- collecting and verifying newsworthy information
- assembling information into a stable story
- writing and delivering news stories with the readers' perspective in mind
- accompany the youth and senior teams during the tournament (matches, activities and events) and report
We need people to tell us their own stories of how they have been impacted by stroke, to help us to raise awareness in the media and elsewhere. When we want to talk about stroke, we find that people are more inclined to listen if we use real stories that are told by people affected by stroke. Can you help us to do that?
At Campy Growers, we want to make locally grown food accessible for all. The good news is you don't need to have green fingers to support the project! For the Campy Growers to work, we also need a good communication to inspire people, like we have been inspired ourself. This opportunity will lead you to create newsletters, website referencement and website content.
You can also get in touch through social media: @CampyGrowers
As the main social media support for the fundraising group, you will become the main point of contact for all agreed social media accounts. You may also be required to set up new accounts upon request.
Typically, this role will involve the following:
- Promote local, regional, and national opportunities to fundraise, thus increasing participant numbers and income raised.
- Share messages from other Marie Curie platforms, seek local stories from volunteers and community fundraisers and setup event pages on the designated Facebook pages.
- Research local community pages and accounts and utilise opportunities to share Marie Curie content more widely in the area.
- Regularly (at least twice a week) check comments and private messages - respond appropriately, passing on concerns as required.
No expenses should be occurred
Lammermuir Larder are looking for someone who will take on the running of their social media. This will be improving their existing Facebook page and raising their profile through using this and developing a new Twitter page. They would also love to hear from someone who would be interested in improving their website.
RNIB Community Lead Volunteers bring people together, raise awareness, support other volunteers, and tackle barriers to independence. Depending on your availability, training and interests, you will have the chance to take part in some or all of the following: • host events and regular groups. • give talks about sight loss, eye health, the work of RNIB and partners. • design and deliver local campaigns. • lead and train groups of volunteers. • attend information stalls.
Can you support Carrick Rugby? Do you enjoy hosting parties or small events? Are you a creative person and can multitask to create positive experiences for guests? You might like to volunteer with us as event organisers.
You could be doing the following duties:
- Researching target audiences to find significant occasions.
- Creating and maintaining a budget for the client.
- Searching for, booking and organizing adequate locations to host events.
- Designing event layouts and agendas, including creating pamphlets or event guides.
- Marketing events through advertisements and working with PR professionals.
- Training staff or volunteers
- Overseeing operations during events and ensuring proper cleanup after it ends
- Communicating with vendors to provide suitable resources for the event, including sound and electric equipment, security or stages.
We are looking for a volunteer who is good at marketing and communication to help promote out international events. Celebrations include Chinese and Lunar New Year, International Women's Day, Refugee Week, Black History Month and Interfaith Week. We also run weekly programmed activities.
We appreciate and value the support given to us at RGA by volunteers. Our volunteers help and support our residents, garden, social enterprise projects and charity to grow and develop. They become part of the community, which is at the heart of River Garden.
If you have skills and an enthusiasm to support our work then please do contact us; we would love to hear from you. We have many different areas for you to consider; including working in the garden, in our café and supporting our admin team.
If you think that you can be part of our admin team, please get in touch. In the role as Volunteer Administrator you will be required to adopt a person-centred, non-judgemental approach when dealing with members of the community, other professionals, and local charities and organisations. We are looking for volunteers who have good written and oral communication skills and enjoy supporting as part of a collaborative team. This role offers volunteers the opportunity to gain experience in administrative tasks and reception duties within an inclusive charity setting.
Some duties might include:
- Social media
- Events management
- General office support
Personal stories are often the best way to highlight the impact which fertility problems have on the 3.5 million people who experience difficulties conceiving. Single women, as well as same sex couples, often face different but equally difficult issues when trying to conceive. For those who are not successful in having their family, facing the challenges of childlessness is often vastly misunderstood.
Sharing your story can help bring better understanding of the physical, emotional and psychological impact of fertility problems and it is an invaluable way to help us raise awareness of fertility issues.